The question stated: “There are a wide range of topics along with behaviors in which appear on Facebook. In thinking about an ideal world where you could set Facebook’s policies, how could you handle the following: a private message in which an adult man asks a 14 year old girl for sexual pictures.“
The response options were:
- in which content should be allowed on Facebook, along with I could not mind seeing the idea
- in which content should be allowed on Facebook, nevertheless I don’t want to see the idea
- in which content should not be allowed on Facebook, along with no one should be able to see the idea
- I have no preference on in which topic
The question: “When thinking about the rules for deciding whether a private message in which an adult man asks a 14 year old girl for sexual pictures should or should not be allowed on Facebook, ideally who do you htink should be deciding the rules?”
The response options:
- Facebook decides the rules on its own
- Facebook decides the rules with advice via external experts
- External experts decide the rules along with tell Facebook
- Facebook users decide the rules by voting along with tell Facebook
- I have no preference
“We run surveys to understand how the community thinks about how we set policies. nevertheless in which kind of activity will be along with will always be completely unacceptable on FB,” Rosen wrote. “We regularly work with authorities if identified. the idea should have been part of in which survey. in which was a mistake.”
He did not address why Facebook did not include the option to inform relevant authorities from the survey.
“We understand in which survey refers to offensive content in which will be already prohibited on Facebook along with in which we have no intention of allowing so have stopped the survey,” a Facebook spokesperson said in a statement. “We have prohibited child grooming on Facebook since our earliest days, we have no intention of changing in which, along with we regularly work with the police to ensure in which anyone found acting in such a way will be brought to justice.”
Yvette Cooper, a member of the UK Parliament, lambasted the survey from the Guardian.
“in which will be a stupid along with irresponsible survey. Adult men asking 14-year-olds to send sexual images will be not only against the law, the idea will be completely wrong along with an appalling abuse along with exploitation of children,” she said. “I cannot imagine in which Facebook executives ever want the idea on their platform nevertheless they also should not send out surveys in which suggest they might tolerate the idea or suggest to Facebook users in which in which might ever be acceptable.”
In February, a pornographic image of a young girl along with an adult man went viral on Facebook Messenger. Thousands of people shared the message, intending to condemn the idea along with catch the perpetrator, before Facebook stopped the idea. A Florida police sergeant called the message “a nationwide epidemic.”
The Guardian reported in which the Facebook survey continued along with asked users about the company’s responsibility to moderate extremist content. European Union regulators have told Facebook along with various other tech giants in which they will face stringent regulation if the companies do not demonstrate by June in which they are successfully keeping extremist content off their platforms.